fishing tool

fishing tool

[′fish·iŋ ‚tül]
(engineering)
A device for retrieving objects from inaccessible locations.
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The acquisition results in Abrado taking full ownership of Deltide's proprietary Medusa section milling technology, its Rattler suite of downhole magnets, it's Mud Viper surface ditch magnets and suite of fishing tool services, all of which complement Abrado's existing proprietary downhole video services, suite of wellbore cleanout tools and displacement chemicals.
and asked them to build a fishing tool that would fit over the bit.
When you make a hanger into a fishing tool, leave the big hook on the end intact; it will help you rotate and steer the small hook you make at the other end.
JL Marine Systems' Power-Pole Drift Paddle turns the traditional Power-Pole into a drift fishing tool.
If a drill pipe is damaged or lost, or if the drill bit comes adrift during the drilling operations it has to be retrieved before drilling can proceed and this is where the fishing tool comes in.
To deal with the challenge, HDI personnel fabricated a fishing tool to snare the swivel.
would significantly expand the company's rental and fishing tool capabilities in Texas, Oklahoma and operating ares located in the northern Barnett Shale.
Roe Patterson, president and CEO of Basic, commented that the deal would significantly expand the company's rental and fishing tool capabilities in Texas, Oklahoma and operating ares located in the northern Barnett Shale.
US oilfield service and supply specialist Select Energy Services said it had taken over Texas-based fishing tool firm Eagle Fishing Tools and Services for an undisclosed amount.